Hardball is heading to University of Denver for the next stop of the Hardball College Tour. A panel of commentators ask, “Culture in Crisis: Has America Lost its Way?” Join Terry Jeffrey, Mike Barnicle, Christine O’Donnell and Richard Walter this Tuesday, May 20, at 7 p.m.ET.
Mike Barnicle is a columnist for the New York Daily News and host of a daily radio program on WTKK-FM in Boston. He is a frequent guest — and occasional guest host on “Hardball.”
A veteran and broadcast journalist known for his biting, to-the-point commentaries, Barnicle also broadcasts a nationally syndicated radio commentary, and, since 1982, has been a regular contributor to WCVB-TV’s nightly news magazine “Chronicle.”
Terence P. Jeffrey was named editor of Human Events, the national conservative weekly on September 3, 1996.
He does a weekly commentary on politics for the Michael Reagan radio show and has guest hosted the Oliver North radio show, the Alan Keyes radio show, and the Blanquita Collum radio show. He has been a frequent quest on numerous MSNBC and FOX News political programs. He has also been a guest on NBC’s Today, CNN’s Larry King Live, CNN’s Inside Politics, CNN’s Talk Back Live, CNBC’s Hardball, PBS’ News Hour, PBS’ Firing Line, and The McLaughlin Group. He has been both a guest and guest host on CNN’s “Crossfire.”
From 1995 through the Republican National Convention in San Diego in August 1996, he served as national campaign manager for Pat Buchanan.
As President and Founder of the generation X organization, the Savior’s Alliance for Lifting the Truth (SALT), Christine continues to have a visible role in an eclectic array of arenas. From the HBO Comedy Arts Festival to the United States Congress, she is asked to speak her mind about controversial issues that most young people (especially conservatives) won’t touch! JFK Jr.’s George Magazine featured Christine as a powerful young woman in Washington, DC.
Her weekly television appearances include ABC’s Politically Incorrect, MTV, CNN, C-SPAN, Fox News Channel, MSNBC, CNBC, Leeza, ABC’s Extra, and CBN’s 700 Club. Her writings have been published in the Washington Post and Cultural Dissident, to name just a few.
Screenwriter and author of “Screenwriting: The Art, Craft and Business of Film and Television Writing.” He has written material for feature films and all three major networks. Former students have written work including Robocop, Stand and Deliver, River’s Edge, Repo Man, and episodes of Cheers, thritysomething, LA Law, and Miami Vice.
Join Chris Matthews this Tuesdsay. The Hardball College Tour airs on May 20, 7 p.m. from University of Denver. Seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Mike Barnicle’s bio
Christine O’Donnell’s bio
University of Denver
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